Much like most of Corridor NYC‘s shirting, the Recycled Flannel LS in Olive seems to be a ‘reliable everyday type of shirt’ shirt. In addition to the nice and refined fit this shirt is cut into, that olive 100% recycled cotton flannel fabric does seem to be the punchline here, ’cause how many plain olive flannels like this exist out there? Not as many as you’d guess, and those old frumpy dusty Pendletons littering vintage stores don’t count!
As you might have guessed, the fabric is made of 100% recycled cotton, which means this shirt is semi-sustainable. But when you read Heddels and purchase long-lasting garments from independent and responsible manufacturers, you’re already practicing sustainability above average.
As most earth-colored shirts should be, this piece is equipped with a buttoning front placket, reinforced chest pocket, button-adjusting cuffs, and reinforced back yoke with darts for articulation. All it really needs is someone to break it in and wear it until it falls apart.
Available for $185 at Corridor